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Hazard analysis and risk assessment

ISO 26262 as well as ISO 25119 / DIN EN 16590 set up a structured approach for a Hazard analysis and risk assessment (HARA) to determine if a system is safety relevant, and if so, how high the degree of relevance to safety is.

Based on a combination of the amount of an hazardous incident, the severity of a defect as well as the controllability is an approach defined around the Determination of ASIL (Automotive Safety Integrity Level) in the automotive industry as well as an AgPL (Agricultural Perfromance Level) in forestry.

 In order to conduct a HARA TÜV NORD offers the Moderation of an individual HARA workshop.